Landon Davis

Seminar Developer

Landon was born and raised in New Mexico and has a passion for serving his community through educational awareness and service. From 2012 - 2018, Landon was a Regents' Scholar at the University of New Mexico where he received a B.A. in business administration with a concentration in finance (summa cum laude), a minor in interdisciplinary studies, and a master's in business administration. For most of his time at UNM, Landon had the privilege of working as an advisor at the Honors College. He has individually helped over 900 students plan and organize their academic careers. Landon has also worked with the Anderson School of Management in the Dean's Office, Resident Life and Student Housing, and with the department of Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Studies. Landon has served on selection committees for the Regents' Scholars Program in addition to the Garrey Carruthers' Endowed Chair. Together, all of these experiences have given Landon a unique insight into collegiate education and how students can efficiently prepare for their time at a university. Landon currently works in finance and project management at Sandia National Labs.